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I have a customer who wants to use Onedrive integration in CRM to store documents. They have five salespeople.
When should onedrive integration be used vs the Sharepoint? If they would like to share these Files to other employees sharepoint needs to be configed right? With the onedrive integration it's only private (users file)?
Any input on that? When should i use onedrive vs sharepoint?
If the salespeople want to collaborate on their documents, then SharePoint might be good. If those documents are personal to each sales person, then OnDrive is a better option. In Any case, you need the Sharepoint enabled on the entity under question. After this, a sales person can come and attach a document to the entity, that document can be either a sharepoint or a onedrive document.
In summary, without one drive integration, you will be able to link to documents to Share Point only, with one drive, you can link to the user personal OneDrive.
Thank you so much for excellent explanation!!
Thanks. Please mark as verified for others to find it quickly.
If you are satisfied of course with the an9
By the way, isn't there a possibility to use Onedrive for Business to share documents between users? Or is sharepoint the only way to use shared documents between salespeople? Thanks!
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